E3 2017 is surely, like it's predecessors, going to be a big one. We can't wait for all the news that will be sure to surface. One thing has gotten us even more excited for the event now. Microsoft have confirmed that they will officially unveil Xbox Project Scorpio on June 11th at 5PM Eastern Time. … Continue reading Microsoft confirm date for Xbox Project Scorpio unveiling
The nostalgia factor is high with this one. Crash is back, and he's looking better than ever. You wouldn't believe how excited I was when the Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy was announced. I grew up with these games. My childhood is creeping it's way back, closer and closer, as new screenshots have appeared online, showing off Crash … Continue reading New Screenshots show Crash Bandicoot Reboot for PS4 looks amazing
DICE's massively popular Battlefield 1 has received a new 'winter update' in preparation for the games' first big DLC, They Shall Not Pass, due next month. Arguably the main feature of the update is that each individual class' level cap has been increased from 10 to 50, adding much more replayability to multiplayer. The update … Continue reading Battlefield 1’s winter update is here
Razer have announced that their 14" Blade laptop will be packing some welcome new buffs internally for their 2017 iteration. The company announced that this already powerful and portable gaming notebook will be receiving several upgrades in the form of it's processor and display, among other small tweaks and changes. The 2017 Blade 14" will feature … Continue reading The Razer Blade 2017 – On the Cutting Edge?
The original Mass Effect trilogy's (often unintentionally hilarious) paragon/renegade system will not appear in the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda. Creators Bioware have discussed the exclusion of the sometimes divisive feature, citing the fact that the system felt "...very Shepherd" (the protagonist of the first 3 games) as the main reason for leaving it out. The game's creative … Continue reading Paragon/Renegade system won’t feature in Mass Effect: Andromeda
Well who knew? Valve can actually count to three. During a media round table with Eurogamer, Valve founder Gabe Newell had the following to say: "Right now we're building three VR games, When I say we're building three games, we're building three full games, not experiments". These games won't just be like the HTC Vive prototype, The Lab, these … Continue reading Valve working on 3 full VR games
Yes, that's right, now you play GTA IV and Episodes from Liberty City on Xbox One. Another classic title that Xbox One users will be able to play on the current gen platform. Save files from your Liberty City escapades will also transfer over to the Xbox One, if you backed them up to Cloud Saved Games … Continue reading Backwards compatibility confirmed for GTA IV and Episodes from Liberty City